One of the most fun parts of Thanskgiving is planning the actual table. And as this is the time of celebrating gratitude and bounty, Thanksgiving is a holiday that really merits a bit of thought into how things could look – especially once you picture everyone around the table with you. It doesn’t have to be frilly, but there’s something about wanting to cast a warm glow around which everyone feels welcome.
I haven’t made a final decision around ours but the following settings from Martha Stewart, HGTV and Eddie Ross have given me some thoughts. Needless to say, I won’t be making my own handmade pinecone turkeys as Martha suggests were just “so easy”, but we’re hoping to create something seasonal, organic and beautiful nonetheless.